Come join us for the fun and excitement of the Capital Campaign Kick-off! Please note that there is only one service offered on this morning, at 10 a.m. “Introduction”, Beth Hensel “Reflection”, Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry: “Combined Capital Campaign Kickoff”, Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry & Rev. Ruth Reinhart:
Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry
If you want to go fast, go alone, if you want to go far, go together. “Dedicated”, Janet Meyer: “Carving the Path”, Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry:
As we explore the theme of perseverance, we will be introduced to the Red Flame Hunters, a traditional Mardi Gras Indian tribe in the 7th Ward of New Orleans, an all-youth group that exemplifies perseverance. “Red Flame Hunters: Perseverance Across Cultures”, Rebecca Laverdure: “A Youth’s Perspective On Perseverance”, Zoe Wiley:
SERVICES CANCELLED DUE TO UNSAFE TRAVEL CONDITIONS Parenting is the hardest job many of us have ever had! No job description, little supervision, and lots of responsibility! Many of us would like to ‘do things differently’ yet get stuck in the same family traps that we grew up in. Join us as we explore creating … Continued
Join us at our annual Christmas eve service as we sing carols and explore what this Christian story of hope can say to us in these times. Child Dedications offered at all Christmas Eve services. Christmas Message – Rev. Lydia: Christmas Message – Rev. Ruth:
Our popular No Rehearsal Christmas Eve Pageant comes to services 10 am and 4 pm (Spanish language translation available, 4 pm only)! For all ages – the Christmas story comes to life. Narrators tell the story, everyone is welcome to join in. Be a star, a shepherd, a barn animal or a king. Costumes provided! We … Continued
Child Dedications offered at all Christmas Eve services. If you have a new baby, or are new to the Fellowship and would like any children below 8th grade dedicated, please sign up by returning to the home page and clicking on the image of the blue water bowl.
For some of us, the winter holiday season is more difficult than joyful, more contemplative than jolly. For some, this season brings on melancholy, or even depression. We join together, welcoming whatever this season brings in this contemplative evening on candle-lighting, sharing and music.
Our Universalist faith is grounded in a theology of Hope. Today, we explore that tradition that invites us to ask the question “What does it mean to be a people of Hope? Reflection: Sermon:
Our ancestors broke bread together as a holy act — embodying the abundance of the earth in remembrance of the gift of life. Today, the whole congregation gathers in our annual bread service, as we invite you to share ‘sacred morsels’ with one another. To sign up to bring a bread, please visit our home page photo banner and click on the sign up link at the Sacred Morsels image.